MODEL BASED SOFTWARE ENGINEERING. PRESENTED BY USHA GHIMIRE. OVERVIEW. Introduction-The need for MBSE MBSE now and present shortcomings A view of MBSE in the future Key advantages and disadvantages Required architecture characteristics summary. WHY MBSE?
Introduction-The need for MBSE
MBSE now and present shortcomings
A view of MBSE in the future
Key advantages and disadvantages
Required architecture characteristics
Modern projects are now evolving as a totally different projects compared to those from earlier times in following respects:
--Increase in system size, complexity and cost
--Requirements/operating environments change
throughout the system lifetime
--quality of software at delivery is becoming more
--Assessing quality through testing is becoming more
It is critical to be able to simulate these systems before we build them.
A MBSE approach promise to address those issues.
--Simulation of Hardware
--Simulation of Software
--Simulations of humans in the system environment
--Simulations of the system environment itself
--The approach inherently leads to the better understanding of the system.
--Money spend on modeling and simulation upfront will reduce in networking later in the development process.
--The level of complexity can be extreme so as the time and cost is high